Masks. I’m obsessed with them, I could apply them every day of the week if I wasn’t so lazy. If you’ve been hanging out on So Versailles for a while now, you’ll probably know this as I’ve done a couple of posts on the topic like this one
. So I’ve decided to come up with this little series of: Mask Monday. Now, this isn’t my idea, I may have taken inspiration (or robbed) the idea from the babes Taz’s Angels who try out masks on their Snapchat, so I’ve decided to do something similar on here. Once a month I’ll try out a mask and tell you guys my honest thoughts on it and whether or not I actually notice a difference afterwards. Also, this series will justify my ridiculous spending on face masks, so thanks. Our first instalment starts with the Egg Cream Mask
from Too Cool For School
Egg Cream Mask – Too Cool For School
Sheet face masks are huge in Korea so its fitting to start off this series with a Korean brand. The mask claims the mask is ‘concentrated with egg yolk extract which nourishes rough skin and gives moisture and radiance’. Lets see if the claims are true…
The mask comes out very slimy (probably something to do with the egg) and is adhered to a mesh which you peel off before applying (interesting). Nothing out of the ordinary.
Straight out of the packet
A game, as usual with sheet masks, it takes me 5 minutes to manipulate the mask over my face and 3 minutes to convince myself I’m not something out of Silence of The Lambs.
Wait time & Comfort
The wait time is 15 – 20 minutes so I pottered around and listened to Migos for a bit whilst waiting. It didn’t slide down my face, as some of these masks do, and did a pretty good job of staying put. Comfortable, a little chilly (to be expected).
My skin definitely felt more plump and glowy. Once I’d let the serum/juice seep into my skin and dry, my skin was super soft too.
I’m a fan and I’ll be using this on the regular – not to work magic and rid me of breakouts but to breathe some life into my skin and get it glowing.
Have you tried the Egg Cream Mask? What are your mask recommendations?
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